Nature's Feast | Dr Marty Cat Food
Rated 4.91 out of 5 based on 208 customer ratings
(208 customer reviews)

Nature’s Feast
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  • 3 bags Save 5% $170.85
  • 6 bags Save 10% $323.70
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WHAT’S INSIDE:

Dr. Marty Nature’s Feast is a premium, freeze-dried raw cat food that provides everything your adult cat needs for a happier, healthier life. This cat food formula is 100% natural and contains feline-friendly fruits, veggies, and mixed proteins to support energy, good digestion, and smooth skin (and a shinier coat!)

Nature’s Feast cat food contains ZERO harmful fillers and no “bad” veggies that are harmful to cats. All of our ingredients are sourced fresh and then gently frozen so they’re overflowing with flavor and nutrients.

INGREDIENTS:

Nature’s Feast contains: Salmon, Turkey, Whitefish, Chicken Liver, Chicken Heart, Chicken Gizzard, Sweet Potato, Flaxseed, Egg, Pumpkin Seeds, Peas, Carrot, Apple, Blueberry, Cranberry, Ginger, Salt, Kelp, Sunflower Seeds, Spinach, Broccoli, Kale, Mixed Tocopherols (preservatives).

CALORIE CONTENT (calculated) ME:

4734 kcal/kg

246 kcal/cup

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS

Crude Protein (min)37%
Crude Fat (min)23%
Crude Fiber (max)3%
Moisture (max)5%
Ash (max)8%
Taurine (min)0.2%
Omega-3 (min)5%
Nature's Feast

100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE

We work hard to formulate the most advanced, all-natural products for your lucky cat. That’s why every purchase is backed by our “Happy Healthy Guarantee.”

That means if you don’t love what Nature’s Feast cat food does for you cat — more energy, easier digestion, better coat — simply return the bags within 90 days and we’ll give you a full refund on your purchase price.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does each cat breed need a different cat food?
They do not! This formula is designed to fit the nutrition needs of cats of any breed, and in any health condition. The nutrient profile of Nature’s Feast designed to help support your cat’s longest, healthiest, happiest life possible.

What does “freeze-dried” mean?
When it comes to feeding your cat, most pet companies make the BIG mistake of overcooking their food — which strips it of 99% of its nutritional value.  Dr. Marty Nature’s Feast is designed to give your cat the same healthy nutrients he or she would eat in the wild, while boosting absorption so your cat can get the most out of their food.

How do I make Dr. Marty Nature’s Feast?
Preparing this food couldn’t be easier! Just combine the recommended amount of food for your cat and mix with water! Three minutes later, this delicious meal for your cat is ready to go!

What is the complete ingredient list?
Salmon, Turkey, Whitefish, Chicken Liver, Chicken Heart, Chicken Gizzard, Sweet Potato, Flaxseed, Egg, Pumpkin Seeds, Peas, Carrot, Apple, Blueberry, Cranberry, Ginger, Salt, Kelp, Sunflower Seeds, Spinach, Broccoli, Kale, Mixed Tocopherols (preservatives).

How much should I feed my cat?

What if my cat doesn’t like it? Is there a guarantee?
Of course. As a veterinarian, I take your cat’s nutrition very seriously… and I can’t wait for you to see the difference this powerful nutrient blend will make in your furry friend’s life. However, if for any reason you aren’t blown away by the difference this food makes in your cat’s life… just send back the unused portion any time within 90 days (or if you used it all, you can send back the empty bags) and I’ll return your purchase price — guaranteed.

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Rated 4.91 out of 5 based on 208 customer ratings
(208 customer reviews)

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  1. 5 out of 5 She's a Happy Kitty!

    Jennifer Brown

    MiMi has just finished her first 3 bags of Nature’s Feast and I can see a difference in her energy level and a decrease in shedding. It did take a while before she seemed to really enjoy the taste but now she cleans the bowl at each feeding.

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  2. 5 out of 5 DR MARTY'S CAT FOOD REALLY GREAT

    Fran Aperones, J.D.

    Altho quite expensive for me on Soc Sec, I have gotten the 12viz bag to add TO WET canned food which I usually buy from TRADER JOES — also food without “by-products” or “meal”. But it imIS WIRTH THE EXTRA $ BECAUSE MY CAT LOVES IT & I KNOW IT IS HEALTHY FOR HER!!!!

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  3. 5 out of 5 Terrific

    Jennifer

    My Daisy loves the Nature’s Feast!!

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  4. 5 out of 5 Nature’s Feast: Great for Baby!!!

    Bobbi Mitchell

    My male kitty, named “Baby”, was a finicky eater when I first got him at 10 weeks of age. I’d found Dr Marty’s Cat Food presentation on Instagram, and watched all of it. I ordered it. Once received, I take 1 cup of food, grind it up in a coffee grinder, add enough water to make a thick mix, then put it in the fridge, using small amounts 2-4 times a day to feed Baby. Now that Baby is older, he’s been eating it dry, plus I mix it up by partially grinding some of it and adding water (similar to when he was younger). He gobbles it up!! His coat is gorgeous (he’s a mix of Manx and his coloring is basically black and white). He’s still “kitten”, and after he eats, he’s a go-go-go-goer!!!!!!!! Plays hard, really hard!!!

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  5. 5 out of 5 A Veritable Feast

    Mary Ellen Hadley

    Great product, easy to use, and my 5 month old kitten loves it. He quickly licks the gravy and within a few minutes all is gone.

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  6. 5 out of 5 Nature’s Feast

    Maureen Miller

    Isis Ann likes this food. It took her a week to get used to it, as I mixed it with her regular wet food. In 10 days, her coat has become luxurious and very soft. Our other cat, Yana, is taking more time to get used to it, but she does clean it up after a few hours. I feed them twice a day. I am glad I found this wonderful food! I believe it will extend and improve our cats’ lives!

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  7. 5 out of 5 Skeptical at First

    Cindee Johnson

    I loved the sound of it but knowing how picky my girl is I was skeptical. Then the bag came and tried it dry and wet to no avail. She wouldn’t touch it. Then I would smash the hard pieces into little crumbs and put in warm water. It worked! I am gradually increasing the amount and Kitty Gurl is playing like a young cat. She is 13 and was sickly and now she is active, has a beautiful coat and bright eyes- I got my girl back!!!

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  8. 5 out of 5 Dr. Marty Freeze Dried Raw Cat Food is Puuurfect!

    Ann Mendrala

    I have two feral cats and I give them this along with wet non-grain food. I mix it in and I add pure water and smush it up. They eat all of it! Mikki & Bootsy feral sisters give it four paws up!

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  9. 5 out of 5 Likes it dry

    Cynthia

    I tried various levels of water to food ratio. In the end he likes it dry…and he drinks lots of water. I give him a few nuggets a day. I gifted 3 cat friends a bag each.

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  10. 5 out of 5 So far, so good

    Bonnie Star

    We’re still in transition phase to 100% Dr. Marty. Mina has not been quite as “famished” all the time. Her attitude seems better. Still goes for the plants, though.

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  11. 5 out of 5 Nature's Feast

    Karen

    My cat refused to eat the food wet, but loves it dry. The vet wants him to lose some weight, and I think he is with this change in diet.

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  12. 4 out of 5 Everyone is Happy

    Paul

    We were wary of trying another good for your cat food. We have tried several over the years, only to have our children walk away from the dish. Yes, we did try to slowly mix the new brand. However, upon opening the bag of Marty’s, both our children were at our feet to try the biscuits. Yes! they actually thought they were treat biscuits. So I have been giving them a little with each meal. What seems to work well, is I crush a half dozen in the bowl, with another half dozen biscuits, then add enough warm water to make a nice gravy, then add a teaspoon of their regular food. The bowl gets cleaned up. Doing it this way, I am assured that they are getting a bit of water too. Our male seems to lack water intake.

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  13. 5 out of 5 Expensive but worth it

    Lorna

    I tried it wet when I first got it and they walked away. So I feed it to them dry. Fitz liked it more than Ginger at first but now she likes it. I feed it to them mixed in with they’re regular dry kibble. I thought it was my imagination but Fitz’s fur looks shiny and his bald spots have disappeared! I’ll continue to feed it to them for a long time.

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  14. 5 out of 5 Amazing

    Magie

    Kitten loves it

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  15. 5 out of 5 Good

    Deborah Cahoe

    My cat has adapted to the change of food. The throwing up has just stopped in 2 weeks after starting Dr Marty food. It is on the expensive side but at this time it is well worth it.

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  16. 4 out of 5 Nature's Feast

    Linda Wolk

    At first, my 14 year old Mimi did not eat it, but now, mixed with her regular food, she is eating it, and I am happy she is getting this natural and nutritious food dailey.

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  17. 5 out of 5 Nature's Feast

    Monique Davoust

    I have 2 cats. At first they ate everything around and left the Nature’s Feast uneaten. I had to through away portion after portion. Now though, finally after 2/3 weeks, they lick the dish clean. I still give them the “old” food in the morning, a few treats at noon, and Nature’s Feast in the evening. Eventually, there will be more meals of Nature’s Feast only…

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  18. 5 out of 5

    Dotti Culp

    I started my dog on the f0od and she is moving and looking great ion just one week but right now I have a cat issue. My cat wants what the dog has so now I have to get some cat food before they drive me nuts Dotti

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  19. 5 out of 5 Dr. Marty’s Feast Cat Food

    Christina Black

    I think this cat food is wonderful! My cat loves it so much! His litter box has much less odor. My cat is happy and satisfied after he eats and not constantly wanting to eat like before.

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  20. 5 out of 5 Cat food

    Sharon Davis

    I think it is a great choice for my cat, however, she acts like it has a stronger scent than her usual food, Science diet metabolic. I mix it in with her other good to develop a taste doe it.

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Nature's Feast is Great for Picky Eaters

Cats are known to turn their nose up at food–even food they’ve loved for years! Turns out that there is actually an explanation for your pet’s picky behavior. To put it simply: they want variety! In the wild, your cat’s diet would vary, depending on what kind of food was available. Since they’ve been domesticated, that’s not always the case.

Something wonderful about Nature’s Feast is all its different ingredients! Cats are obligate carnivores, which means they absolutely need a meat-based diet to survive. Nature’s Feast boasts seven different animal products, which ensures that your has the variety they instinctively crave.

Nature's Feast Ingredients

At Dr. Marty’s, your pet’s well-being is of utmost importance. The ingredients in Nature’s Feast are from high quality, all natural sources. Each is carefully selected with your cat’s best health in mind. This grain free cat food uses 7 different meat-based ingredients and an array of cat-friendly fruits and vegetables.

Freeze-Dry Technology

When pet food is cooked at high temperatures, it is depleted of most nutritional value. To avoid that problem, the ingredients in Dr. Marty’s cat food are freeze-dried while they’re still raw, preserving the food’s beneficial nutrients and delicious flavor.

Full of Flavor

One great benefit of freeze-drying Nature’s Feast is that it maintains the ingredients’ natural flavors! With tasty ingredients like turkey, beef, duck, and salmon, your cat won’t need to miss out on high-quality taste.

Natural Preservatives

Natural preservatives help your cat’s food stay fresher, longer. They are safe for your pet to consume without long-term side effects. Artificial preservatives, on the other hand, can have detrimental effects on a cat’s health.

Nature’s Feast includes salt and mixed tocopherols, which are both natural preservatives safe for your feline friend.

Nature's Feast Fed Wet (or dry)

Nature’s Feast is freeze-dried, but with a little bit of water, it turns into tasty wet food that satisfies your cat’s appetite. Since cats often don’t drink enough water on their own, feeding wet food is one way to help improve their daily water intake. We all know how picky cats can be, which is why you can add as little or much water as your cat likes. And, while Nature’s Feast is not intended to be a dry food, sometimes that’s all a cat will eat! If that’s the case with your feline, Nature’s Feast can also be fed as a dry cat food.

The Physics of Felines

Cats are agile creatures! At times, it even seems like they defy the laws of physics. A healthy cat in its prime of life can jump about 5 times its own length. Felines are well-known for falling from great heights and landing on their feet. They’re naturally arboreal animals, which means they tend to live in trees (when not living with a human companion). As they have evolved, their bodies became more resilient to falls.

In order for you feline friend to continue living its best life, Nature’s Feast provides all the best nutrients to ensure that your cat can continue to thrive.